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f t i At the old reliable breeding stables of Buck man Bros., 5 miles South-west of Monroe City will be found the 3 large young Mammouth Blacli Jaclis Of the very best quality Their mules each year speak for themselves The 2 Prize Winning Young Saddle Stallions Bob and fax McDonald Sired by the Worlds Champion Saddle Horse, Rex McDonald, backed up on their dam's side by the most fashionable strains of Saddle stock; also the grandly bred f Trotting Stallion MONGOLD By Alendorf, 219 34, son of Geo Wilkes Mongold was bred and raised by the Hon. Norman J Coleman of St Louis, and is one of the best bred trotting horses in N E Mo He is a blood bay 16 hands high will weigh 1250 and will produce a horse suitable for the track, road, coach or plow The three Jacks will stand at $3 00; Bob McDonald $15.00; Jaz McDonald $25.00 Mongold $15 00 all to insure a living colt. You are cordially iovited to inspect our stock Further information and Pedigrees gladly furnished on application BUCKMAN BROS. Imported Percheron Stallions ROMEO 6857 Was bred by H. Sanson, Havre, Prance, and was imported by J. B Settles & Co. He is coal black, 16 1 2 bands high, will weigh 1700 pound in (rood fleso, extra good bone and quarters. A model draft horse and one of the best breeders in Northeast Missouri. ROMEO 6857 will make the present season at my barn. 2 miles south of Haasard and 4 miles east of Mon roe City at $8.00 to insure living colt. PRINCE Prince is a black gray stallion 16 1-2 bands high, -weighs 1600 pounds, fine style and action. Was foaled May 22, 1903. For full pedigree come to the barn. Prince will serve mares at $10 to insure living colt. STONE Stone is a black jack, coming 5-year.old, with mealy nose, 15 hands high, has fine form with large flat bone, good ears and splendid feet and is the sire of big smooth mules. Will serve mares at $10.00. Pedigree can be seen At barn. Also have two other jacks, will serve mares at $8.00. In all cases when mares are parted with or re moved from neighborhood the fee becomes due and pay able at once. A lien will be retained on all colts, the get of the above stock, until the service fees are paid, according to the Missouri Session Acts of 1901. Pasture will be furnished mares from a distance. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any cccur. LEO BELL. PANAMA Season of 1907 My Pour Year Old Elcapitan Stallion will stand at the Fair Ground first stalls at $10.00 to insurae colt, money due when colt is foaled This fellow should stand at $15 He is a bay 16 bands, gelding measure, great style, elegant set of limbs great action, and bead, neck and eye that can hardly be beat He was sired by Elcapitan 2 -20$, and brother to Allie B 2:10 and others flis dam is Mary B Morgan and through and the uam ui it n &.xff turn making bitn brother to 2:10' speed on both sides. For further particulars call and see him Cyrus Leininger At Monroe City n8 Glostcr 154 King Pcavinc 2218 Missouri Denmark 2304 These Three Fine Saddle Stallions will make the season of 1907 at the Monroe City Fair Grounds For catalog and terms address Dr. S. MADDOX & SON P O Box 394 Monroe City, Mo. f GEO. ALLERTON Geo Allertoa by Allerton out of Wilkesdust a gran daughter of Oeo. Wilkes who was also the g sire of Al lertou and Allerton's dam 2 coming 3. 156 in list in 1906 Blood bay with black points extra bone fine tail and mane and full ot quality, much resembling his sire. tull brother, Leon Will, at the of stud of Dr. N. H ry of Woodbull III. is a proven sire of high class ca Bursts many 01 ma a-year oia uturaioea colts Remap? a. AnAA 1 . a .... ... at zuu ana oetier. ueo. Aiierton will be permitted to serve a limited number of mares in and vj ire. A Jr Low- Y irriage f selling I CEDRIC JR. Pure bred Clydesdale bred by Col Holloway, Alexis 111. America's most tamou Clydesdale breeder. Oedric Jr by Cedric best Clvdesdale sue ever in America, sev en years old. bay. white fnce tnl feet, extra cone and action Is a sound horse, nf perfect type and is a prov en sire of horses of the marketable k'nd. TERMS Both horses will' stand at $10 n insu-e living colt. In all cases co't tM' s'md good for season. When mare is parted with in ney is due. Will make season 6 miles northwest of Monroe City at my barn. H C. Butcher Panama is recorded by the American Percheron Horse Breeders' and Importers' Association, and bis recorded number is 35,503. " PANAMA is a fine black 5 year old Percheron stallion 161-2 bands high, weighed 2000 in moderate flesh, and has extra good bone, has fine style and is a model draft horse. JUMBO Is a black Jack with white points, 3 years old, 15 12 hands high, weighs 1100 pounds. He is heavy boned, heavy bodied and is considered by Jack men who have seen him to be one of the best jacks -of bis age in North east. Mo. The above stock will make the season at our barn 5 miles northeast of Monroe City on what is known as the Cassady place. TERMS: Panama and Jumbo will serve mares at $10 to insure a colt to teat. Money due when mare is i tri ed with or removed trom neighborhood. Colt held ' season. Mares from a distance furnished pasture at ri sonable price. You are Invited to call and see this stock for your f. We have 2 registered yearling Short Horn oil I calves tor sale. Geo. W. Tooley & Sons. MIbs Leticja Little, of Center has been with Monroe relatives. Miss Grace Frazier, ot Palmy ra, arrived Friday. to: visit ber friend. Miss Lillian Marshall. Thomas , Lee and, Mike Cor. coran were business visitor in SUelbina. Eriday. John Bixler transacted busi ness in Hannibal, Thursday. Memorial or Decoration Day will soon be here. There are very few vets of the Blue or the Gray in this immediate vi cinity that are above the sod. The day had its origin in Dixie Land and is the most rational, sad, pathetic and yet. romantic of all days set apart by the American people in this age of FAD days. Those in the little White City in the western margin of the Queen of the Prairies, was eith er you father or your grand father. They fought the great est, the noblest battles in the world's history. , Are you going to forget them and the grand ennobling sacri fices they made that you might live in peace? Will there be a united effort, or a hap baxxard one to celebrate the day? Roosevelt is busy explaining various muddles and calling bis critics liars but he never yet has explained bow be came to whitewash Paul Morton, who was bead of the Santa Fe rail road rebate scandal. With Ted dy as with lots of other people, wit makes quite, a, difference whose ox is gored Q. H. 1907 Breeding Stables of 1907 A C Boarman At Ely, 6 miles east of Monroe City I present to im old crstomers and friends the noted draft horse Bangala 181N8 nni tt n am mouth Missouri Jacks. BANGALA 18198 Is a coal black 17 bands high, weighs over a ton, has proven to be a sure foal getter. His colts are scattered ovei Marion Mon roe and Balls Counties and show for themselves. MARION CHIEF Is a coal black with white points, 15 hands, standard measure, Is big fine jack as can be found, was champion at the Monroe City Fair of 1906. He was also champion at Palmyra fair of 1906, dc feat ing a herd of seven. Was sired by Watson's New London Chief, the largest jack In Missouri. 1st dam Nevis by Maupin's Monarch. Have colts on the farm sired by this jack that show his breeding. LOUD BALTIMORE Is a black jack with white points, 15 hands high, will be 3 yerrs old In August, will be permitted to serve only a few mares. Bangala 18198, Marion Chief and Lord Baltimore will stand at tlO each to insure a living colt. Lien retained on the colt for seao a Mares parted with season becomes due and payable. You are Invit ed to Inspect this stock. Further Information and continued pedigree furnished on application. Both Phones. There is always a man at my barn. -A. O BOARMAN You get an easy Strcan & Fisher's. shave at J. T. S. Hickman and wife, ot Hannibal, spent Sunday in the city with relatives. Pat Corley Fittpatrlck is now a fireman on a switch engine in the Qulncy yards. Miss barah E. Martin went to LaGtange, Friday to attend the school exercises. Mrs. Richard N. Gray has re turned home from a nice long visit with the homefolks at Laddonia. Harry Thomas, of Golden', III., came over to be in at the fun had by tie graduating class., Dr. A. Wood has beea spending two days with his brothers, Ferl and Lamar.